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Open Access Webliography Link Maintenance Update

Posted in Digital Scholarship Publications, Open Access, Webliographies on May 21st, 2008

The Open Access Webliography has been updated with current links, Internet Archive links (for works no longer available except there), or notes that the work is completely unavailable. The textual content of the document has not been updated.

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    ARL Institutional Repositories, Version 2

    Posted in ARL Libraries, Institutional Repositories, Open Access, Webliographies on July 18th, 2006

    The Association of Research Libraries (ARL) currently has 123 member libraries in the US and Canada. Below is an update of an earlier list of operational institutional repositories at ARL libraries.

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      Scholarly Communication Web Sites and Weblogs at ARL Libraries (Version 2)

      Posted in ARL Libraries, Open Access, Scholarly Communication, Webliographies on April 3rd, 2006

      This posting updates and considerably expands my earlier "Scholarly Communication Web Sites at ARL Libraries" posting.

      It presents a list of scholarly communication Web sites and Weblogs at the academic member libraries of the Association of Research Libraries. Web sites and Weblogs were identified using separate Google "site:" searches for the exact phrases "scholarly communication" and "open access." Search results were then scanned to identify Web sites or Weblogs that appeared to be intended as the main library’s primary means of communicating to the university community about scholarly communication and/or open access issues. Conferences, presentations, newsletter articles, symposiums, and similar materials were excluded, as were Web sites or Weblogs at branch libraries. Searching was limited to the first few pages of search results.

      Additions and corrections are welcome. Use the "Leave a Comment" function for this.

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        Searchable Version of the Open Access Webliography

        Posted in Announcements, Open Access, Scholarly Communication, Webliographies on August 17th, 2005

        Jim Pitman, Professor of Statistics and Mathematics at the University of California, Berkeley, has created a derivative work from the Open Access Webliography, which is under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial License.

        This version of the OAW utilizes the BibServer software, and it is searchable. There are four views of the entries:

        • Bookmark: A link to the resource.
        • Plain text: A field-oriented ASCII presentation of the resource with active links in the description field.
        • Linked text: A field-oriented HTML presentation of the resource with complete active links.
        • Descriptions: The resource name and description with active links.

        Entries are can be sorted by category, description, title, and URL.

        Thanks, Jim.

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          Open Access Webliography

          Posted in Announcements, Open Access, Scholarly Communication, Webliographies on August 10th, 2005

          A preprint of the article "Open Access Webliography" by Adrian K. Ho and Charles W. Bailey, Jr. is now available. This annotated webliography presents a wide range of electronic resources related to the open access movement that were freely available on the Internet as of April 2005.

          This article appears in the volume 33, no. 3 (2005) issue of "Reference Services Review," which is a special issue about "the role of the reference librarian in the development, management, dissemination, and sustainability of institutional repositories."

          A preprint of my "The Role of Reference Librarians in Institutional Repositories" article in this issue is also available.

          Both preprints are under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial License.

          Below is a list of the topics covered in the webliography:

          • Starting Points
          • Bibliographies
          • Debates
          • Directories—E-Prints, Institutional Repositories, and
            Technical Reports
          • Directories—Open Access and Free Journals
          • Directories and Guides—Copyright and Licensing
          • Directories and Guide—Open Access Publishing
          • Directories and Guides—Software
          • Disciplinary Archives
          • E-Serials about Open Access
          • Free E-Serials That Frequently Publish Open Access
          • General Information
          • Mailing Lists
          • Organizations
          • Projects
          • Publishers and Distributors
          • Search Engines
          • Special Programs for Developing Countries
          • Statements
          • Weblogs
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            ETD Archives at ARL Libraries

            Posted in ARL Libraries, Electronic Theses and Dissertations (ETDs), Webliographies on July 27th, 2005

            This posting lists electronic theses and dissertation archives at ARL libraries that were not included in the prior "ETD Policies and Procedures at ARL Institutions" posting. The archives listed here do not include substantial ETD policy and procedure information; however, some sites provide links to more limited supporting information, such as formatting guidelines. In some cases, archives are identified here for institutions included in the prior posting because the ETD site in that posting did not include an archive link. To get a complete list of ETD archives, consult both postings. In some cases, ARL libraries do not separate out ETDs as a separate material type listing (e.g. DSpace community). Such integrated archives are not included here.

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              ETD Policies and Procedures at ARL Institutions

              Posted in ARL Libraries, Electronic Theses and Dissertations (ETDs), Webliographies on July 21st, 2005

              What electronic theses and dissertation (ETD) policies and procedures are in use in major North American research institutions?

              The Association of Research Libraries (ARL) currently has 123 member libraries in the US and Canada. Below is a list of Web sites at ARL institutions that provide significant information about these institutions’ ETD policies and procedures. Some of these Web pages are on the library’s Website; some are on other university components’ Websites. This list was complied by a quick look at ARL libraries’ home pages, supplemented by limited institution-specific Google searching. Since these Websites can be difficult to find, this is likely to be partial list of relevant Websites. Please leave information about other relevant Websites in comments.

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                Navigating the Library Blogosphere

                Posted in Emerging Technologies, Libraries, Webliographies on June 20th, 2005

                Needless to say, there has been rapid growth in blogging by librarians over the last few years, and library blogosphere has become more varied and complex. Here are some directories of library web logs to help you navigate the library blogosphere:

                Want more information about library web logs? Try Susan Herzog’s BlogBib.

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